Effect of a novel CCKA receptor antagonist (2-NAP) on the reduction in food intake produced by CCK in pigs.

Abstract

The effect of a novel CCKA receptor antagonist 2-naphthalene sulphonyl-L-aspartyl-2-(phenethyl)amide, sodium salt (2-NAP) on the reduction of food intake induced by exogenous CCK, administered centrally or peripherally, has been examined in pigs. 2-NAP is hydrophilic and should not readily cross the blood-brain barrier. Intravenous (IV) 2-NAP (20 or 40 mg… (More)

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